Spring Blooms at Leonardslee

On Maundy Thursday, prior to holding one of my regular constituency surgeries, I visited the newly reopened Leonardslee Gardens and met the owners Penny and Adam Streeter.  I have met the Streeters before at their Mannings Heath Winery – which is going well and set to produce its first English sp

Hope at Easter

While this week there are no debates or question-times in the Commons chamber that is only one aspect of an MPs role.  This week I am looking forward to constituency surgeries and other events in and around Horsham and on Monday, like many MPs I was in Westminster catching up on correspondence af

A Busy Week in Horsham

It is hugely helpful to all MPs to get back to their constituencies to get perspective!  On Friday it was a pleasure to meet Stanley White from the Ashtonleigh Residential Home, one of Britain’s oldest men.  Stanley was a fireman through the Blitz.  There were so many examples of bravery in the l

Gatwick Consultation on Aircraft Noise

I responded to the Gatwick Consultation on Aircraft Noise.  This is the first stage of the process and covers the principles involved.  However notwithstanding this, given how important aircraft noise is for many constituents, I think it is unfortunate that the consultation is only being held ove

Jeremy Quin Meets Tanbridge House School Governors

I met the Chair and the other Governors of Tanbridge House School to discuss the school, resources and opportunities- including in relation to SEN provision.  Tanbridge  is an outstanding school in every way and I very much enjoy my regular visits and meeting Tanbridge students. 

Update Following Inconclusive Second Round of Indicative Votes

Last night the Commons rejected all five proposals put to it:

Committing on exit to join the European Union Commons Union received 273 votes.

Committing to join the Customs Union and the Single Market received 261 votes.

A second referendum received 280 votes.

Letter to Constituents Following Meaningful Vote 3

Thank you for writing to me on the subject of Brexit.

I am grateful for all the correspondence I receive and since my first election in 2015 I have prided myself in replying personally to constituents.